Harris/Lenehan  Improve Your Aural! A Workbook for Examinations  Grade 3  Book/CD set  Faber Music Edition | 7004 129
  • Harris/Lenehan  Improve Your Aural! A Workbook for Examinations  Grade 3  Book/CD set  Faber Music Edition | 7004 129
  • Harris/Lenehan  Improve Your Aural! A Workbook for Examinations  Grade 3  Book/CD set  Faber Music Edition | 7004 129
  • Harris/Lenehan  Improve Your Aural! A Workbook for Examinations  Grade 3  Book/CD set  Faber Music Edition | 7004 129
  • Harris/Lenehan  Improve Your Aural! A Workbook for Examinations  Grade 3  Book/CD set  Faber Music Edition | 7004 129

Harris/Lenehan Improve Your Aural! A Workbook for Examinations Grade 3 Book/CD set Faber Music Edition

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From the foreword: Aural is not an occasional optional extra just to be taken off a dusty shelf a few days (or even hours) before a music exam. It’s something you can be developing and thinking about all the time.”

Aural, or ear training, is a crucial component to whole musicianship. In this series by Paul Harris and John Lenehan, aural skills are taught and reinforced by breaking them down into bite-sized” sections. Geared toward students in some sort of music instruction (group or private), the books follow a similar format at each level:
Pulse (rhythmic exercises, involving listening, clapping, and dictation)
Pitch (intonation exercises, involving pitch-matching and singing)
Hearing changes (builds awareness of pitch relationships)
Learning to listen to music (listening critical to works by famous composers)
Making connections (tying it all together)

Grade 3 continues the use of 2/4, 3/4, and 6/8 time, adding compound triple (9/8) time to the mix. Listening activities are more challenging, as the student is asked to distinguish between rhythmic and melodic changes in the listening examples, and then to describe how this change occurred (longer notes, higher notes, etc.). Minor keys are introduced to the examples, and students are asked to determine whether pieces are major or minor. Different types of ensembles are presented, and musical texture is briefly discussed.

Recommended for late elementary school through high school ages, but could certainly be used very comfortably by adult beginners. If you’re looking for an easy way to improve your ear, give this series a try!

Useful for players of any instrument. Published by Faber Music.

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This book includes a CD.

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From the foreword: Aural is not an occasional optional extra just to be taken off a dusty shelf a few days (or even hours) before a music exam. It’s something you can be developing and thinking about all the time.”

Aural, or ear training, is a crucial component to whole musicianship. In this series by Paul Harris and John Lenehan, aural skills are taught and reinforced by breaking them down into bite-sized” sections. Geared toward students in some sort of music instruction (group or private), the books follow a similar format at each level:
Pulse (rhythmic exercises, involving listening, clapping, and dictation)
Pitch (intonation exercises, involving pitch-matching and singing)
Hearing changes (builds awareness of pitch relationships)
Learning to listen to music (listening critical to works by famous composers)
Making connections (tying it all together)

Grade 3 continues the use of 2/4, 3/4, and 6/8 time, adding compound triple (9/8) time to the mix. Listening activities are more challenging, as the student is asked to distinguish between rhythmic and melodic changes in the listening examples, and then to describe how this change occurred (longer notes, higher notes, etc.). Minor keys are introduced to the examples, and students are asked to determine whether pieces are major or minor. Different types of ensembles are presented, and musical texture is briefly discussed.

Recommended for late elementary school through high school ages, but could certainly be used very comfortably by adult beginners. If you’re looking for an easy way to improve your ear, give this series a try!

Useful for players of any instrument. Published by Faber Music.
This book includes a CD.
Sheet Music Return Policy
If you are not satisfied with this item for any reason, you may return it for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. Unless the music received is defective or has been shipped in error, all returned music will be subject to a restocking fee of $2.00 per title.

If you have any questions about this product's warranty or to make a return, please contact our Customer Service Department at 800.793.4334 or email us at sharserv@sharmusic.com

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